September's meeting is our annual election of officers

Wednesday, September 14,
from 5:30PM - 6:30PM

Annual Elections

Every member is eligible and encouraged to put their name in for board positions: president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer.

A vote takes place at the meeting, so even if you're not running for a position, being there to vote is important.

To learn more about each position, please reach out to Kellie Beran, the Grange's current president, at [email protected].

Grange events


Niwot Historical Society Fall Lecture Series

Sunday, September 18, 1:30-3:30PM

Local Historian and railroad fan, Larry Dorsey, presents a program called, "Black Diamonds on Silver Rails," a look at the relationship between coal mining and and the railroads in Western history.

His program will explore this connection from the 19th century to the present and explain why there are so many long trains pulling only coal cars on Colorado railroads.

tai chi

Tai Chi Classes

Wednesday mornings beginning in October

The Niwot Community Connection's tai chi exercise group is currently organizing beginning and intermediate lessons to be held at the Grange weekly on Wednesday mornings beginning in October. This group has been meeting outdoors all summer, learning the Yang Long Form.

All ages and fitness levels are welcome. Evidence shows benefits to heart health, improved balance and flexibility, slowed onset of dementia, relief of arthritis and fibromyalgia pain, and ... it's just plain fun!
For more detailed information, contact Kathe ([email protected]).
Open stage duo

Open Stage returns!

Sunday, October 3rd, 1:30 - 3:30PM
Performer sign up begins at 1:15PM

Do you like folk, country, bluegrass, jazz, pop, and light rock? Enjoy Open Stage as an audience member or perform for the community. The musical instrument of choice (your voice, harmonica, guitar, banjo, for instance), your original piece or a cover of someone else's are all welcome. Sound equipment, mics, and a piano are on-hand.
Enjoy the free heartwarming, foot tapping entertainment...you're certain to be touched by our area's abundance of talent.

The highlights:

The Grange is an excellent space for a variety of occasions and events. Two large rooms, one with a stage, two bathrooms, and a large kitchen. There's also an upstairs office for meetings. We provide ample tables and chairs to configure for large or small groups. Always free parking and wifi.

The downstairs area of the Grange is a great place for meetings and functions. The Main Room can accommodate up to 100 people. There is a full catering kitchen available to use. The upper floor Hall features wooden paneling, a stage area, and a very adaptable seating area.
To learn more, click here: rent the Grange.
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